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Recent Projects

When Experience Matters

Below is a sampling of the many successful diverse projects that Maritime Alliance Group has worked on.

Oil Spill Response

Vessel: USS North Carolina

Incident: Coordinated spill response on historic ship following Hurricane Florence

2018

Hurricane Response

Incident: Coordinated Pollution Response from Hurricane Maria for 14 Commercial vessels in US Virgin Islands

2017

Pipeline Oil Spill

Vessel: PSE&G/Con-Ed Dielectric spill

Incident: PSE&G/Con-Ed Dielectric spill Incident: Response Management for Property Owner in Jersey City, NJ

2016

Collision/Oil Spill

Vessel: Kirby Inland Marine

Incident: Represented Underwriters at 168,000 Oil Gallon Spill in Galveston, TX

2014

Superstorm Sandy

Incident: Responded to over 150 claims.

2012

Explosion/Spill Response

Vessel: M/V Deepwater Horizon

Incident: Spill of National Significance.

2010

Collision/Oil Spill New Orleans,

Vessel: T/B DM-932

Incident: 460,000 gallons No. 6 fuel oils spill that lasted 3 months.

2008

Vessel De-fueling Tampico, Mexico

Vessel: M/V Ocean Leader

Incident: 101,000 gallons of fuel removed from inverted vessel in 170’ of water.

2007

Grouding/Oil Spill Alaska

Vessel: M/V Selendang Ayu

Incident: 2nd largest oil spill in Alaska history.

2004

PREP Drill Linden, New Jersey

Vessel: ConocoPhillips

Incident: Developed and implemented an industry led PREP Drill involving over 400 people.

2004

Capsizing/Oil Spill Albany, New York

Vessel: M/V Stellamore

Incident: Headed up the ICS for the oil/spill salvage operations.

2003

Fire and Explosion Staten Island, New York

Vessel: T/B B 125

Incident: Barge explosion at Port Mobil.

2003

Oil Spill Buzzards Bays, Maryland

Vessel: T/B B 120

Incident: 80,000 gallon No. 6 Fuel Oil spill and cleanup.

2002

Chemical Spill Baltimore, Maryland

Vessel: T/B Pequeco

Incident: Chemical barge sinking in C&D Canal.

2000

Oil Spill Boston, Maryland

Vessel: M/T Posavina

Incident: 64,000 gallon HFO spill in Chelsea River and cleanup.

2000

Oil Spill Newport, Rhode Island

Vessel: T/B Penn 460

Incident: 14,000 gallon No. 6 Fuel Oil spill and cleanup.

2000

Pipeline Spill Chalk Point, Maryland

Vessel: PEPCO

Incident: 126,000 gallon No. 6 Fuel Oil Spill and cleanup.

2000

Oil Spill Baltimore, Maryland

Vessel: M/T Lircay

Incident: 54,000 gallon I.F.O. spill and cleanup.

1997

Oil Spill Portland, Maine

Vessel: M/T Julie N

Incident: 164,000 gallon spill and cleanup.

1997

Oil Spill Delaware Bay

Vessel: M/T Anitra

Incident: Oil spill and cleanup of 92 miles of sand resort beaches.

1996

Oil Spill Rhode Island

Vessel: T/B North Cape

Incident: Stranding and 500,000 gallon No. 2 Fuel Oil spill.

1995

Oil Spill San Juan, Puerto Rico

Vessel: T/B Morris J. Berman

Incident: Stranding and 900,000 gallon No. 6 Fuel Oil spill.

1994

Collision and Oil Spill Tampa, Florida

Vessel: T/B B-155

Incident: Collision and 700,00 gallon No. 6 Fuel Oil spill.

1993

Chemical Spill New Jersey

Vessel: M/T Santa Clara

Incident: Arsenic Trioxide containers lost overboard.

1992

Fire and Explosion Galveston, Texas

Vessel: M/T OMI Charger

Incident: Grounding, fire and explosion

1992

Grounding and Oil Spill Buzzards Bay, Maryland

Vessel: M/V Queen Elizabeth II

Incident: Grounding and oil spill.

1991

Collision and Oil Spill Galveston, Texas

Vessel: M/V Chandy N/Apex

Incident: Collision and oil spill of 750,000 gallons of Catalytic Feedstock.

1990

Explosion, Fire, and Oil Spill Arthur Kill, New Jersey

Vessel: T/B Cibro Savannah

Incident: Explosion, fire, and oil spill of 300,000 gallons.

1990

Grounding and Oil Spill Buzzards Bay, Maryland

Vessel: M/V Bermuda Star

Incident: Grounding and oil spill.

1990

Grounding and Oil Spill New York Harbor

Vessel: M/T BT Nautilus

Incident: Grounding and oil spill of 100,000 gallons of No. 6 Fuel Oil.

1990

Allision and Oil Spill Marcus Hook, Pennsylvania

Vessel: M/T Presidente Rivera

Incident: 210,000 gallon oil spill of No. 6 Fuel Oil.

1987

Collision and Oil Spill Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Vessel: M/V Intermar Alliance

Incident: Collision and oil spill 336,000 gallons of Ninian Crude.

1986

Grounding and Oil Spill New York Harbor

Vessel: T/B Texaco 803

Incident: Grounding and oil spill of 303,000 gallons of No. 2 Fuel Oil.

1984

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    We provide quality services performed by the industry's most experienced technical experts. No job is too complex or challenging for our capable team.

  • What Is Best Way To Contact Maritime Alliance Group?

    For 24 Hour Emergency Support, call us at 732.738.4300. For questions about our services call 732.738.4300. Or if you would like to complete the online form visit our Contact Us page.

  • "On behalf of Bay Towing Corporation, we would like to extend to you our sincere thanks for the highly professional and effective assistance you provided during the recent salvage operation of the tug Bay Titan."
    John C. Robbins, III
    Bay Towing Corporation
  • "I would like to thank the oil spill team with their performance last week during the Prep Drill. I thought everyone did an exceptional job while dealing with a difficult scenario. This is by far the biggest drill that I have been involved with. We had a full blown equipment deployment that included fire, heavy rescue, oil spill and security equipment. We utilized the IAP software and produced an accepted Incident Action Plan the first day."
    Jerry Woerner
    Bayway Refinery
  • "Your spill management team was invaluable in the organization and implementation of the entire response. We were particularly impressed with your fine working relationship with the federal and state responders, who seemed to breathe a collective sigh of relief on learning of your involvement."
    Thomas G. Gaither
    The Vane Brothers Company
  • "On behalf of the people of eastern Rhode Island, I would like to thank you for your hard work and dedication in seeing the cleanup process through. The oil spill was an unfortunate occurrence, but the process that followed is serving as a model of how successful relief efforts should be run."
    Patrick J. Kennedy
    Member of Congress
  • "We were all very pleased with your performance. You responded quickly and effectively to the incident. The assistance that you provided was very professional and helped to reduce the concerns that the Coast Guard and ship personnel had."
    William Boehm
    DP Cunard Lines Limited
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